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Self-employment and retirement

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Self-employment and retirement. / Sainsbury, R; Finch, N; Corden, A.

Leeds : Corporate Document Services. 2006, . (Department for Work and Pensions Research Summary; Vol. 395).

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Sainsbury, R, Finch, N & Corden, A 2006, Self-employment and retirement. Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

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Sainsbury, R., Finch, N., & Corden, A. (2006). Self-employment and retirement. Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

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Sainsbury R, Finch N, Corden A. Self-employment and retirement. 2006.

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Sainsbury, R ; Finch, N ; Corden, A. / Self-employment and retirement. 2006. Leeds : Corporate Document Services. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Summary).

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